Physiotherapy assessment of knee proprioception following stroke

@inproceedings{Piriyaprasarth2006PhysiotherapyAO,
  title={Physiotherapy assessment of knee proprioception following stroke},
  author={Pagamas Piriyaprasarth and Meg E. Morris and Adele Winter and Jennifer Davida Paratz},
  year={2006}
}
This survey investigates methods used by physiotherapists to assess knee proprioception in stroke patients. Five hundred and seventeen Australian physiotherapists were surveyed using a 12-item survey with 326surveys returned (63% response rate). Work experience ranged from less than 2years to more than 20years. Most physiotherapists assessed both joint position sense and joint movement sense in supine (43.1%), followed by sitting (26.1%) and standing (17.0%). Proprioception at the knee, toe… CONTINUE READING

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